OK baytong


In memory of

Duangkamol Limcharoen.

"You must be prepared to give up everything

that you have acquired in life".

Phuwarit Phumphung: Tum

Chiranan Manochaem: Lynn

Saranya Kruangsai: Maria

Attaporn Teemakorn: Faroek

A film by Nonzee Nimibutr

There's a letter for you.

How are you?

I hope you're doing fine.

I've been wanting to look you up for some time,

but every time something interferes.

I wanted to go to the previous

ceremony at the temple...

But at the last moment

something came up.

I hope to be there this time.

We can go together

to honor our dead ancestors.

Take care of yourself.

Soon I will come to visit you.

Jane, would you like something to eat?

- First I have to go look for my daughter.

I'll look after your luggage.

Fern... Fern.

Buy some ready boiled rice

and food for me, will you?

'Travelers to Baytong

can board now'

Where would you like to go?

To the Baytong crematory.

Okay, Baytong.

Please wait over there

for a moment.

Come on now, mom!

Push it faster. It's almost working.

Come on you guys!

Are you Tum?

You must be tired.

Please follow me inside.

Do you have any luggage?

Come with me.

How are...

Come, follow me.

And this is Maria.

Maria... Maria!


Maria, what's wrong?


- Is everything okay?

You are early.

Oh, and I see Lynn is already there too.

Maria, did you already

greet the monk?

What kind of strange look is that?

You don't have a fever!

Oh, I get it already. You don't remember.

This is your mother's brother.

He's your uncle.

Careful, Maria.

Girls aren't allowed to touch monks.

We are here at the cremation

of the victims of the train attack.

The police reports

they don't have any leads yet.

This brutal and cruel attack still

isn't claimed by anybody.

This is Namasakorn Seesai

from Baytong.

Here we are.

Wong, I'll take Maria to her bedroom.

Okay. Ask Sang to help you

to put her in the bathtub.

Girls, quiet please.

You will wake up the neighbors.

Hey, can somebody help a woman like me

to get out of the car?

Everybody inside.

Hurry, hurry.

Please follow me inside.

Maria, the limousine is ready.

Would you like to go for a ride?

Let's go right now

or we will arrive to late at the club.

What are you listening to?

"You are what you have been,

you become what you do now"

There he is. Oh yes, he's gorgeous!

- I have found my new friend!

"Maria's Beauty Salon"



Sang, come here and help me.

Uncle monk, why aren't you wearing

your robe anymore?


I'm not a monk anymore.


There's your luggage.

You can sleep here.

In that cabinet you can find some clothes

that will fit you. I'm leaving now.

That's my daddy.

Your daddy?

This photograph was taken a long time ago

at the park on the mountain.

I miss my mother.

Uncle monk...

Did you ever meet my father?

I haven't seen him for a long time.

Maria, I'm not a monk anymore.

Just call me uncle.

Uncle monk, could we go to visit

my daddy?

Wong asks to come and see him downstairs.

This heat is terrible.

Oh, there you are.

Tum, this is Sang. She runs the salon

and used to be Jane's assistant.

You met Lynn already. She lives nearby

and is very close to Maria.

We were talking about Maria.

We must arrange something for her.

We cannot continue to appeal to Lynn

to look after her.

Have you decided to stay or not?

- I still haven't made any plans.

Why don't you stay here? You have

no obligations elsewhere, do you?

You can live here.

Jane paid the rent already.

I don't think I'll stay long.

Soon I will go back to the temple.

But you can't leave the temple

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